|The Dawn of Procreation - Nick Drumbolis|
God's Wand abstract 2: on the premise that husbandry and cultivation at the start of the Neolithic, were direct results of the discovery of the male role in procreation.
Keywords: procreation; lunar cycle
|Noah by the Numbers - Nick Drumbolis|
Myth as Math abstract 12: Noah and the Flood explicated as a calendrical text.
Keywords: Genesis; lunar cycle; alphabet
|The Lunar Origin of the Alphabet - Nick Drumbolis|
Myth as Math abstract 1: presenting a brief explanation of the hypothesis that the Alphabet was originally conceived as a mnemonic of lunar cycle. Includes a chart equating letters of the alphabet with correlative phases of the lunation.
Keywords: alphabet; lunar cycle
|The Levitical 49-year Jubilee Calendar - Nick Drumbolis|
Myth as Math abstract 3: presenting an explication of the calendar sanctioned by YHWH in Leviticus XXV: 8-10, which has eluded decipherment until now.
Keywords: calendar; lunar cycle; Leviticus
|Myth as Math Seminar - Nick Drumbolis|
Video file of an introduction to the lunar origin of the Alphabet presented at Atelier Kolanad, 17 September 2009. Produced by Richard Smith.
Keywords: Alphabet; Lunar cycle
|Instructions for Restoring the Ancient Wisdom - Nick Drumbolis|
Myth as Math abstract 9: A Primer of the Pythagorean Practicum. Examining consequences of the lunar alphabet thesis through 15 figures which sketch the progression of lunar iconography from the Upper Palaeolithic to the Bronze Age.
Keywords: alphabet; lunar cycle; calendar; bible
|Lascaux Measures - Nick Drumbolis|
Myth as Math abstract 4: a reading of two Palaeolithic murals in the cave at Lascaux, France, from the perspective of lunar mnemonics.
Keywords: parietal art; Lascaux; lunar cycle
|DCLXVI: The Number of the Beast - Nick Drumbolis|
Myth as Math abstract 13: the significance of the Number of the Beast revealed. Note: for some reason, the type is too grainy to be read on-line; download the Pdf file instead.
Keywords: Revelation; eschatology; millennium; lunar cycle
|The Lunar Origin of the Week - Nick Drumbolis|
Myth as Math abstract 8: a radical new hypothesis about the origin of the week in the seven focal phases of the lunation.
Keywords: week; calendar; Egypt; Greece; mathematics; lunar cycle
|The Lunar Context of the Hekat Fractions - Nick Drumbolis|
Myth as Math abstract 5: a remarkable discovery about the Eye of Horus fractions employed in ancient Egyptian mathematics.
Keywords: Egypt; Hekat; mathematics; lunar cycle; Eye of Horus
|An Uncrossed Index to Myth As Math - Nick Drumbolis|
An uncrossed reorganization of the Index included in Myth as Math (pp293-407) which was originally cross-referenced with a contents guide to Index Headings (pp294/5). The present version retains only a few essential subsections together with two Appendices concerning measures (calendrical and numerical). Originally published 23 June 2007 as Outlands seven two (ISBN 0-921688-35-0).
Keywords: lunar cycle; biblical exegesis; origin of the Alphabet
|Mayan Long Count Deciphered - Nick Drumbolis|
Myth as Math abstract 15: the lunar key to the 1,872,000-day Mayan, Olmec or Zoque long-count calendar cycle of 13 B'ak'tun; dispelling speculations of cosmic convergence and doomsday superstitions about the end of time.
Keywords: lunar cycle; Mayan calendar; end-time; 21 December 2012
|Short Science Podcast 063: Lunar Cycle - Elizabeth Hauke and Emma Berger|
Welcome to the sixty-third episode of the Short Science Podcast! Join Elizabeth and Emma the very best science in brief! We kick off the podcast with a few prominent science news headlines from the week including: - chlorine suggests moon is dry - government in spin over free milk - crocodiles chewed like mammals - spinal cord regeneration - urban wind turbines - revolutionary pain relief - vertical pupils help snakes to hunt - no need for delay following miscarriage We continue our new features...
Keywords: Short Science; Elizabeth Hauke; Emma Berger; Austen Zingel; Connor Walsh; Lunar Cycle; Werewolf; Tides
|The Lunar Basis of Myth and Symbol - Nick Drumbolis|
A review of lunar measures in ancient iconography; Part One addressing the origin of the Alphabet, the Ennead of focal deities, the Goddess, the Underworld, and totemic fauna (each embodying different aspects of the lunation): Serpent, Bull, Horse, Ibex, Cat, Dog and Bird. Part Two presents a sample of previously unsolved ancient puzzles with their lunar solutions: Mayan Long Count calendar cycle; Egyptian Hekat fractions; Israelite Jubilee calendar; Christian puzzle of the 153 large fish; and H...
Keywords: lunar cycle; Alphabet; iconography; mythology; religion; Jubilee; Hekat fractions; Cattle of the Sun puzzle; Noah; Mayan Long Count cycle